Volleyball goes 15-8

Lily Robison and Teagan Redinger

Volleyball has been victorious through most of the season so far, but the last few matches have been tough. Their overall record this season is 15-8.

Volleyball lost against Hutchinson and Maize South in both of their matches Tuesday.

In their first match against Hutchinson, Maize won their first set 25-15. In the second set they lost 25-23 and in the third set lost 25-21.

Against Maize South, The Eagles lost both sets. The score in the first set was 25-21 and the second set was 25-15.

¨I think some things we could improve on are being mentally tougher, being more competitive and just coming ready to play,¨ senior Mallorie Koehn said. ¨I think a lot of times we underestimate our opponents, but ultimately we´ve done a pretty good job of coming in and being ready.¨

Sophomore Gracie Kaumeyer also thinks the team has a good dynamic that is helping them play well this year.

¨The season is going really well so far,¨ Kaumeyer said. ¨ the team is clicking really well this year.¨

Varsity Coach Allison Ott says that she thinks the team needs to keep playing together and working through adversity, but overall the team is doing great this season.

¨I’m really happy with how the season is coming together and I think we´re going to be peaking [just in time for] Substate and State,¨ Ott said.

The volleyball team´s next triangular is at Haysville Campus next Tuesday at 5 pm. The Lady Eagles will play Derby and Campus.